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Guide to a career-focused university education Add to ...

Working Knowledge is back again this year. It’s a careers-focused look at the links between undergraduate degrees and employment, arranged by seven fields of study: Engineering and Technology, Arts and Humanities, Education, Sciences and Math, Health and Medical Sciences, Fine and Performing Arts and Business and Commerce. Cassandra Jowett, Danielle Lorenz, Alanna Glass and Vicky Tobianah look at each section in turn.

This section draws from interviews with employers and recent graduates to guide you on how to turn your university degree into a career. We’ve also suggested some examples of niche programs to help you tailor your degree to suit the type of job you’re interested in.

Working Knowledge has been created in partnership with TalentEgg, Canada’s leading job site and career resource for students and new graduates. TalentEgg features co-op, internship, summer and entry-level job postings from some of Canada’s top employers, plus industry guides and career tips in its online magazine, the Career Incubator. Find out more at www.talentegg.ca.

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